While one might have very easily complained that some of the applications Microsoft chose to bundle in previous versions of Windows--such as Internet Explorer in Windows 95 OSR-2 and Windows Messenger in Windows XP--were somewhat unnecessary in their day, with Windows Vista, the situation has been reversed nicely. Vista includes a wide range of useful bundled applications, from the digital media champions we'll look at in a future part of this review to the Internet utilities we recently examined. In this part of the review, however, I'll focus on those bundled applications that somewhat defy easy categorization. Most of them, as it turns out, are top-notch..
Windows Vista's bundled applications evaluated
Posted on Thursday, Dec 28 2006 @ 06:03 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck